It shall be the duty of the Committee to identify, explore and recommend policies to General Convention and Executive Council regarding emerging issues in science and technology and their implications for Christian faith, life, and practice.
• To represent the Church in ecumenical and other gatherings relating to its concerns
• To facilitate education on the theological, scientific, and ethical implications of policy-related and other controversial issues
• To serve as a resource for the House of Bishops and other Church bodies
Membership should be 12 members, meeting twice a year, once in April to coincide with the Ecumenical Roundtable on Science, Technology and the Church in Canada and the US and once in the fall.